High Marq Environmental Charter School
High Marq Environmental Charter School is a public school serving students in the Montello School District and surrounding areas. We currently have 2 full-time advisors serving 32 students in grades 7-12. Learn more about us by exploring our site!
Are you ready to join the High Marq community?
Our application for the 2018-19 school year will be available in the spring.
Admission lotteries are held on 5/15 and 7/15.
Support High Marq!
If you shop on Amazon, you can donate to High Marq without spending an extra dime! Click here to sign up for AmazonSmile and add High Marq as your designated charity. Every time you shop at Amazon, make sure you start at smile.amazon.com and they will donate a small percentage of your purchase to us!
Benefit Digital Gift Cards
Benefit buys gift cards in bulk and passes on the savings to charities chosen by the gift card purchaser. Cards are sold in digital form through an app for iOS and Android. Retailers include Amazon, Starbucks, Target and many more. Find more information and download the app at benefit-mobile.com. Be sure and choose High Marq as your designated charity!
Kwik Trip Scrip Cards
High Marq also fundraises by selling Kwik Trip scrip cards, which you can use for fuel, groceries, or anything else that Kwik Trip sells. Please contact the advisors for more information!
“Purposeful learning using our local community to impact our global community.”
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.